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Java Java Annotations Using Java's Built-In Annotations The @SuppressWarnings Annotation - Suppressing Multiple Warnings

Doesn't seem work as is, and I can't seem to fix it

I can't seem to make it work with the current state of the jdk for whatever reason.

I've attached the code that would work if it matched the lesson. I searched for a resolution, but nothing I tried resolved it.

public class Stuff {
  @SuppressWarnings("spellingerror", "asleeponkeyboard", "wet") 
  public void doThings() {
    // Nothing to see here

    // Or here

    // Or here

    // Or here

Stuff.java:6 warning: [spellingerror] A spelling error was found. Wherever possible,
  use correct spelling.
Stuff.java:9 warning: [asleeponkeyboard] You have a sequence of characters suggesting 
  that you fell asleep on your keyboard.
Stuff.java:12 warning: [wet] Duplicate code above this line suggests that you may be 
  violating the DRY principle. Remember: Do not Repeat Yourself.